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Advanced Word Study
Tuesday, October 31, 2023
Topic:   Curriculum & Instruction
Sponsored by:   ESC-NEO
Presenter(s):   Lynn Hruschak
This one-day in person training focuses on
teaching advanced word study so students can
spell and read multisyllable words in any subject.
Beginning in grade four, after students have
developed knowledge of letter-sound
correspondences and basic decoding skills in the
primary grades, they need to learn how to
combine those skills with knowledge of syllable
patterns, syllable division principles, and
morphology (roots, prefixes, suffixes) to read
accurately unfamiliar multisyllable words.
Participants in this training will learn in
instructional practices for teaching advanced
word study skills that combine knowledge about
both the sound-spelling correspondences and the
meaning units
(morphemes) that make up most English words.
This is essential for reading beyond grade 3
because both sound and meaning are used when
representing words in print, especially
multisyllable, academic words that are derived
from Latin and Greek.
Audience:   Intervention Educators
This event is open to the public.
Location:   ESCNEO 6393 Oak Tree Blvd., Independence 44131
Registration Time:   Registration @ 8:30 am
Program Time:   9:00 AM and ending at 3:30 PM
Program Cost:   None 
Make Check or PO Payable to:   N/A
Registration Deadline:   10/24/2023
To Register:  
PD Contact Hours:   6.5 
Graduate Credit:  
Special Notes:  
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For Information Call:   Eva Rosbach
[email protected]
Program Flyer:  
Advanced Word Study